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, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: something is rotten in south bend, indiana, in the twitterverse. we begin with a hoax that turned the sports world upside down, involving a star linebacker of notre dame, runner up for the heisman trophy and likely first round draft pick in the n.f.l. manti tao. we are told he was trying to lead the fighting irish to winning season. in the middle of it, his grandmother and girlfriend died within hours of one another. the story captured the hearts of college football fans across america. but today, it's unraveling, as we learn that the girlfriend who supposedly died of leukemia never even existed. listen to him describe his girlfriend he called kirk >> she was the most beautiful girl, not because of her physical beauty by the beauty of her and what she is. a person i turn to. she was fighting leukemia and various things she found time to serve someone else. >> kimberly: he says is the victim of a hoax after learning the give wasn't real. notre dame says he's victim of a hoax. >> our investigator
debate, dana loesch and scottie hughes is news director for tea party news network. her young brother was a victim of gun violence. welcome to you both. sco sco scottie, what was your reaction today? what did you agree with him about? >> nothing. it was propaganda. from the second he opened his mouth, i thought the golden globes were done a couple of days ago. the second he opened his mouth, went over and high-fived the kids, exploited the kids. >> you don't agree with universal background checks? >> in french, back to the bill of rights. infringe on my rights. i think there is a certain thing to be said. but let's point this out here. >> hang on, hang on. how can it possibly infringe anybody's rights to have a background check for a potentially lethal firearm given that gunowners, the people -- sorry, gun store owners have to have them. what possible infringement of your rights it is as a member of the american society if you want to buy a gun without a background check? >> here is the deal. i'm a legal gunowner. i'm going to have it. i'm not going to object. you might find a stole a
secretary of state for secretary clinton and host of the radio talk show host of the dana show. let me start with you. i'm getting weary with the relentless attacks first on susan rice and now on hillary clinton. there's a whisper to it and it's getting, i think, washington orientated rather than in the national interest of america. what do you think? >> i think there are legitimate questions that still need to be answered. as hillary clinton said today, the fbi is still working on the investigation. director mueller was in libya and tunisia recently. i get disappointed when people give half of the story. the guy has been released. as hillary clinton said today, yes, but he's under constant surveillance within tunisia and following the rule of law and as more evidence becomes available, they are prepared to act on him again. i think as hillary clinton said dramatically, our focus here now is to bring these guys to justice but also to understand benghazi in the context of what's happening over the last few days to understand the evolving threat from al qaeda and to deal appropriately with tha
chosen to just go quiet and sort of back away from the debate. >> dana, if you exclude his re-election as speaker, tomorrow marks the four-week anniversary since he made a public appearance. in that time the president of the united states no less has made 11. is there a strategy behind the retreat of the happless speaker? >> the problem here is for he goes out there, he's going to find all these daggers in his back from his own membership. so that's why he's been rather quiet now. he's meeting with -- privately with his members down in williamsburg at a retreat right now. it's a problem overall for the republican party because they don't have a very clear leader. it's not clear exactly what policies they would pursue other than saying no to whatever the president is pursuing. now, they're still going to be plenty capable to what the president is proposing, but they're just waiting for it to get to the house so they can do that. >> excellent. joy, we did hear after the election from the great reince prieb priebus, chair of the rnc, who said the republican party would start reac
in that dead aassault on the embassy in benghazi. dana bash is our chief congressional correspondent with us as well. wolf, i'll start with you, give us a sense of what you think the tone will be. connie mack saying he thinks she has a ton of respect and no one will be playing gotcha. >> i think it will be respectful, it's only supposed to go on for 90 minutes starting at the top of the hour, and later this afternoon, 90 minutes, so it will be limited in time, she's highly respected, and she's coming after a very serious illness, a concussion followed by a blood clot in her head. she's wrapping up her tenure. so there are serious question that's will be reviewed. >> she's done that before, right? >> she'll do it again today. >> so to some degree, because she has done it before, what else do you think they need to or want to hear from her? >> she didn't herself testify before that accountability review board. they're going to want to hear her side of the story. where was she, why didn't she go on the sunday talk shows, why did she delegate susan rice who has no responsibility for d diplomatic
to aqua buda. >> stephanie: aqua buda reigns above all kings. dana in maryland. >> caller: hi guys. i have the shirt you are wearing, i love it. >> stephanie: the vintage one and also the destroyed one is awesome. >> caller: it's awesome. and chris i saw dana lohse for the first time last night on tv. and i tweeted you saying oh, my gosh, dana lohse is a piece of work. and poor piers morgan, he has been getting beat up and like battered every night. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: he can't even get a word in -- >> he is a red coat. >> caller: it's crazy. >> stephanie: he is the gun-nut pinata these days. >> caller: exactly. i got a horrible phone call the other day that no woman wants to get, my mammogram, they found a lump, and they told me to come in immediately. it was one of those, steph. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: you need to come in now. which makes you think the worst. that's what my mind does. and i went and i had everything done, everything, and it was clear, the fluid was clear, but all i could think of is how many women couldn't get the care i just got
everybody to be happy and safe. >> bill: kind of sums it all up for me. there have been those including dana mill bank in your paper who criticized the president saying he's exploiting children for this issue. if it's all about keeping our children safe, what's wrong with this? >> if you look at past presidents and past candidates for office, children have been used as long as campaigns have been around. you had nancy pelosi when she was sworn in was surrounded on the chamber floor by many of her grandchildren. george w. bush, when he was signing no child left behind did that in front of a school of children in ohio. you've even got ben quayle, the former congressman from arizona got into some trouble when he sent out a campaign flier with two children on it that looked like they were his daughters but it turned out he doesn't have any kids and they were his brother's children. >> bill: lindsey graham used his sister's kids as props. that's different. >> children, there's no precedent there saying children are completely off-limits in politics. i think the question here is a lot of times the
, dana millbank and his senior partner and msnbc political analyst, euge eugene robinson. there is an animal husbandry as pekt. the people vote -- is it just that we've gotten to a situation in this country where primary is all you've got? if there's a wide field in the primary and a nutty guy wins it, he's in or she's in for life. so if stockman wins a primary, will it with a wide field? crazy after all of these years? >> that's exactly what happened. he was this guy, in the past, he was homeless, eating out of trash cans, had a drug arrest, long rap sheet. they didn't really pay attention. he just got elected in the republican revolution. wait a second, and they got rid of him. you know what, you can't do that anymore. this guy has a safe seat for life. the only way he doesn't get reelected is if he gets bumped out in a primary. >> did somebody get to this guy's right? >> the thing is -- you can't. the thing is he's now a member in good standing of the republican caucus. he's not some nut out there. he's in the mainstream. >> i have some sense of taste. some. and when i
rights on his own personal whims, our free republic has effectively creased to exist." dana milbank writes in the washington post that stockman was once considered too radical for congress, which is why he only served one term in the mid 1990s, but he is not too crazy for this congress. as milbank notes, "what's frightening is that stockman no longer sounds like an outliar." with reactionary statements that seem at times unhinged from reality, congressman stockman fits in just fine. >> our founding fathers were very concerned about having a separation of powers. they didn't want to let the president become a king. >> i'm afraud that president obama may have this king complex sort of developing, and we're going to make sure it doesn't happen. >> maria theresa, it's like, you know, i feel like i -- we played a little bit of sound from rachel maddow last night, my distinguished colleague. she floats the theory that this is part of the strategy is just raise the hackles of liberals, of the media and get them to sort of pay attention to the nonsincere spewing, and really there's no ideal
of public opinion which is very relevant here. dana jacobson has interviewed lance armstrong, good to see body of you. let me start by asking each of you, anyone who wasn't watching you last night, you watched the first part of the interview. you were both -- you were not satisfied. i'm putting it nicely. you didn't think he did a good job. >> he wasn't contrite at all. he didn't -- he may have been trying to say i'm sorry. he didn't even come close to it in the way he acted and the way he acted toward people that he hurt. i don't know how he makes up for it tonight. i don't know how that's possible -- >> you don't think he could say something -- he's talking about his wife, his children -- >> i think he could have cried and nobody would have -- i shouldn't say nobody. most people would not have believed him. i think i said at the end of last night, what's so difficult, it was probably too soon. i don't know if he could say anything where he could get the majority of people on his side at this point because he lied for so long about this and he went after people. he didn't just lie, he we
in our penl. david epstein is a senior writer for "sports illustrated." dana jacobson is with cbs sports and paul callan is our legal contributor. you were all critical last night. you didn't feel satisfied. let me ask you, did you feel that -- did he win you another tonight? >> no. and i said earlier there's probably no way he could have won me over. maybe i saw a little more human side when his kids were mentioned. he was -- oprah said do you owe people an apology and he listed the people he owes an apology to, and he didn't do it last night when he had a chance. he didn't do it tonight when he had a chance. he could have done that publicly the way he humiliated them publicly. he didn't win me over. >> he did have a moment where he cried talking about his kids tonight, that there was emotion. but when he answered all of the other questions, david, did you feel better? >> well, i think people would have wanted to see the crying when he was talking about somebody else who he damaged. i don't think it's a surprise that he would be sad about his own loss or the harm in his own life, but he
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. dana bash is live in washington. let's talk about dianne feinstein's props first. she's going to be holding a bushmasterer? >> reporter: i'm not sure if she'll be holding it. she might. she will have more than one assault weapon and she's going to have them on display. there you see the bushmaster ar-15. that is was, of course, the kind of weapon used in the newtown shootings. but the reason she is going to do this, i'm told, is to show specifically her fellow democrat, of which there are half a dozen or more that want to do little if anything to change the assault weapon laws, that you don't need these kinds of guns in the average of ordinary people. that is likely the argument she is going to make. again, it's going to be aimed at her fellow democrats resistant to this. but she is going to have a lot of different people with her to make this argument. this is the unveiling of the premier key legislation she promised to put out at the beginning of congress right after newtown. we are expecting to have quite a show when she comes up in about an hour. >> just so people understa
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